The Famous First Things Photographs Are Now Finally On The Internet!
In the modern world, witnessing the history is always enchanting. So, in this article you will look over the first famous of the world. Brace your eyes on the screen and travel in the past! Scroll down!
Think different first product!
This is the first Apple computer made by Steve Wozniak and displayed by Steve Joba in public. Paul Terrel was the only one to buy the Apple computer and the company made the first deal with Terrel by walking in his store.
The oldest domain of the Internet!
Symbolics.com is the first registered domain on the Internet. It was registered on 15th March 1985. I thought Google would be the first one.
The first woman to appear in Bikini!
The first designer of Bikini was Louis Reard. Before 1946, wearing Bikini was no less than a Taboo. The first bikini was worn by dancer Michelle Bernardini in Paris on July 5, 1946. She is holding the tiny box that the bikini can fit into.
The first ever neon sign.
Have you ever imagined the Las Vegas casino’s sign without the neon sign? The first sign appeared in 1941 at El Rancho Casino in Las Vegas.
The first photograph!
I saw just one photograph of the first camera and was kind of confused by who take the photo of the first camera. Well, let’s look over the crux of the matter. This first photo was captured by French photographer Joseph Nicéphore Niépcein in 1826 with the process known as heliography.
The very first satellite!
The USSR launched the first satellite in outer space. In 1957, Sputnik 1 was launched by the Soviet Union.
The first Mcdonald’s store!
In 1940, Richard and Maurice McDonald opened their very first restaurant in San Bernardino, California and used to sell barbecue. Further, they reopened the store with French friends.
The first ever the phone was invented by Motorola in 1973. The guy above is the engineer named Martin Cooper. It weighed two lbs and took 10 hours to charge.
The first ever woman!
Sally became the first woman to ride a bike in Washington. She passed the test many times and fought many times to receive the license.
The first photo of Tornado!
On April 26, 1884, a tornado moved slowly across Anderson County, which allowed amateur photographer A.A. Adams to set up his box camera.